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Tim Bowman

Tim Bowman

Detroit-area Guitarist Tim Bowman’s Music has tremendous ear-pleasing appeal, which has led to his success. “I like to have songs that are melodically strong,” says Bowman. “You don’t need a lot of stuff around it to sell a song, because the melody or lyrics will sell the song.”

On the 10 tracks of Bowman’s second InSync album, Paradise, his heartwarming, centered performances show the polish of all of his experience. Christian music critics have labeled his music “gospel-jazz,” but Bowman says he’s in smooth jazz and has never been part of the debate about what to call his music. His solid melodies are sometimes reminiscent of 1970s dates by Earl Klugh, but have an on-the-edge freshness and charm.

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